You have done well, Faye.
With the Bloodstone Chalice filled, our clan will become more powerful.
Thank you, my lord.
I only wish I didn't have to kill Rogen.
The Dawnguard's elder scroll is unreadable to us without his spy.
It's of no matter.
Soon we will show this Dawnguard just how vulnerable they really are.
But I must ask,
That new vampire...
Anya, how do you know her?
Anya? We've known each other all our lives.
When our village was destroyed, we lost track of each other and...
Are you the same age?
Why do you want to know?
No reason. I just find destiny intriguing.
Yes. We were born on the same day - First of Midyear.
That is all. You are dismissed.
You assured me Faye was the girl we were looking for.
I had no idea my lord!
I didn't know there were two girls from that village!
Your massive oversight could be costly,
Fetch her. Bring her to me.
Ye... Yes, my lord... Of course.
I expected you to be gone two days at least.
I guess you really are a vampire hunter.
I didn't do much...
I'm starting to think I'm outclassed by the other vampires.
Outclassed? Anya, you're doing fine, you just need some training.
I suppose I need to be familiar with my vampire powers.
I could show you some tricks in my mother's garden.
It would be nice for us to have some alone time again.
You! Sorry to interrupt; Lord Harkon is requesting to speak with you...
What? Why me?
The Lord simply wishes to get to know his new subject.
He demands you meet him in the cathedral at once.
Come forth, so I may speak to you.
We have much to discuss.
Are you sure you want to talk to me, not Serana?
Certain; I must see where your loyalty lies.
I'm not sure I understand,
Elder scrolls require skill and preparation to read.
The moth priest will likely attempt to read the scroll during the full moon, where magic and paranormal are at their peak.
I have selected someone with the capabilities to infiltrate the Dawnguard's defenses and steal the scroll.
What does this have to do with me.
You are the only ex-vampire hunter here.
Your knowledge on Fort Dawnguard's layout would prove paramount.
But you are not loyal.
I... I'm not sure why you think that.
Please. I was not born yesterday; far from it.
Then again, loyalty is unnecessary.
Usefulness is what I value.
I've learned to always watch my back.
Many centuries ago, I ruled as a fearsome and powerful king.
Yet there were always those who sought after my power.
I had thousands of subjects, hundreds of servants... and I could not trust a single one.
So, I was ruthless. My tyranny established fear.
Fear so great that no man would dare speak up against me.
Those foolish enough to put loyalty over their own self-interests could not survive.
Without such weakness, we were the most powerful kingdom Skyrim has ever seen.
Yet I shared in the sickness all men share...
I sacrificed a thousand innocents to find that cure.
Since then, my kingdom has existed only in the shadows,
...suppressed by the sun, awaiting the day we can flourish once again.
This is too important.
I've spared you on my daughter's behalf,
but if you go back to the Dawnguard...
You will pay for it with your life.
Edited by obeymrwalrus